Culberson – A man arrested in a shooting last month has protested his treatment by Cherokee County sheriff’s deputies and also has concerns about alleged Ku Klux Klan activity
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When Ray Frazier joined the Andrews Fire Department about 35 years ago, things were different. More people, like him, saw the value in volunteering.
Andrews – Barbara El-Khouri lives by a simple philosophy when it comes to her contributions to the community.
“Do as much as you can, as often as you can.”
Andrews – About 500 people braved the rain to witness the first Possum Drop in town, and Mayor James Reid admits there were issues that require changes for next year.
The Pregnancy & Parenting Center, with offices in Andrews and Murphy, has received a $5,000 grant from the William M. Harris Family Foundation.
Andrews – Those interested in the branch librarian position open at the Andrews Public Library had to apply by Dec.
Andrews – On any Saturday night, kids of all ages can feel the breeze of a race car driving by at 70 mph, as they wait their turn to take on the track.
Andrews – Lance Bristol said he has never been good at anything, except people. But being good with people has made him stand out as principal of Andrews Middle School.
Murphy – A former jail guard in Cherokee County says someone altered his incident report regarding a scrap between a jail inmate and guards in May 2018.
Murphy – Holiday stress can get to everyone, but it apparently hits some people harder than others.
This is the beginning of a new year-long feature – "Fireside Chats – that shall provide words with which we can learn, laugh and love.
Ever is a long time, but 2018 may have been the busiest news year ever in Cherokee County.
Andrews – During the time of year when there are no bag limits on hunting opossums in the state, the Town of Andrews simply wanted to take care of one for about 48 hours, then
Andrews – Kena Grindstaff lays donated scarves, blankets and jackets on a picnic table outside the Andrews Community Center from 4:30-5:30 p.m.
La Florida, Peru – Seven volunteers returned to Cherokee County on Dec. 16 after a week of home building under the equatorial sun near the Pacific Ocean.